Last week's webinar: "Color Fundamentals in Adobe Premiere Pro" was a lot of fun to present. We covered color basics, plus what you need to fix problems quickly and easily. (In fact, I have excerpts from this session for you this week.)
So, in this week's webinar, we go deeper into color with "Advanced Color Techniques in Adobe Premiere Pro." We'll look at how color scopes work, correct skin tones, create secondary corrections to fix problems, look at the new Hue/Saturation curves, masks, tracking and other high-end tools. As always, registration is free.
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My lead tutorial is a highly flexible way to control the shape and placement of a video inserted into another video - think Zoom movies. This supports unlimited shapes, sizes, inserts and effects. Best of all, it is easy to do in Final Cut Pro.
Another tutorial came from a reader who was looking for a more efficient way to edit audio in Audition. They create podcasts frequently and need to save as much time as possible. Here's a variety of techniques to get audio work done faster.
With the announcement of WWDC 2021, the season of new products from Apple is finally starting. I'm especially excited about their move into the new Apple silicon computers - though these are likely a few months off. Still, the possibility of new hardware is always exciting.
New gear, combined with a new season, warmer temperatures and, hopefully, lower infection rates - means that, with more luck and hard work, we may finally be on the upside of this pandemic. I sure hope so. In the meantime, stay healthy, stay safe, and stay hopeful.